Demystify Math, Science, and Technology: Creativity, Innovation, ,and Problem-Solving

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Technology is viewed as a powerful force both in and out of school and has long been linked with math and science. Although the concepts and activities in this book apply to any grade the primary focus is on the elementary and middle school levels.

This book provides principles and practical strategies for promoting creative and innovative work in math, science, and technology. The authors pay close attention to the social nature of learning and how collaboration can spark ...

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Demystify Math, Science, and Technology: Creativity, Innovation, and Problem-Solving

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Overview

Technology is viewed as a powerful force both in and out of school and has long been linked with math and science. Although the concepts and activities in this book apply to any grade the primary focus is on the elementary and middle school levels.

This book provides principles and practical strategies for promoting creative and innovative work in math, science, and technology. The authors pay close attention to the social nature of learning and how collaboration can spark student interest in open-ended problem-solving. Shining a light on mathematic, scientific, and technological processes gives everyone more control over what is going on around them and a better understanding of how things work.

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Editorial Reviews

Rebecca Angeles
This book has many imaginative and easy-to-implement suggestions for educators who want to promote creativity, innovation, and problem-solving in the classroom. Concerns, processes, and activities are presented in a way that informs teachers and gives them the tools to generate student enthusiasm in math, science, and technology. The authors have done a masterful job of connecting fresh ideas, practical applications, and twenty-first century skills.
Rose Castro
This book is uniquely engaging and thought-provoking. The authors offer a fresh perspective on the importance of creativity, innovation, and problem-solving to the future of young learners. This book supplements curriculum guidelines that bring about fascination and fun to learning in our schools.
July-August 2010 Educational Technology
I found especially appealing the core idea of engaging students in modes of inquiry that characterize the work of scientists and mathematicians….the authors have made a substantial contribution in admonishing teachers and students to take greater responsibility for achievement in math and science and provide a wealth of suggestions concerning how they may do so.
Sharonn Wilson
This teacher-friendly book suggests ideas, concepts, and strategies that will help demystify math, science, and technology. The authors present a variety of new approaches, techniques, and ideas that teachers can use to increase the educational success of their students. It opens many doors to creativity and active collaborative learning. The book is timely, innovative, and practical.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607096351
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/15/2010
  • Pages: 170
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Dennis Adams is a Canadian educational consultant who has taught classes at McGill University in Montreal. He is author of more than twelve books and a hundred journal articles on various educational topics. Mary Hamm is professor of science and mathematics at San Francisco State University. She has worked on both science and mathematics standards projects and has published more than ten books and eighty journal articles.

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Table of Contents

Preface v

1 Creativity, Innovation, and Differentiation: Problem Solving and Inquiry in Math, Science, and Technology 1

2 Creative and Innovative Thinking: Differentiated Inquiry, Open-Ended Problem Solving, and Innovation 29

3 Problem Solving in Mathematics: Creativity and Innovation in a New Age of Numbers 59

4 Science Inquiry: Thinking, Differentiation, and Preparing for the Future 85

5 Technology and Education: Creativity, Innovation, and Preparing for the Future 115

Notes 161

About the Authors 165

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